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Beyonce and Jay Z To Perform At Grammy Awards
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.20.2014

Billboard reports that Beyone and Jay Z will both perform at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The two were confirmed in a commercial that aired on CBS on Sunday.

They join a list of performers that includes Taylor Swift, Lorde, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Daft Punk, Paul McCartney, Katy Perry and Kendrick Lamar. The ceremony takes place this Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It's unknown if the two will perform together, but it is a possibility as Jay Z appears on Beyonce's new single "Drunk in Love". He is nominated for nine Grammys including Best Rap Album for Magna Carta Holy Grail.

It was reported on Friday by the Los Angeles Times that both Beyonce and Madonna would make surprise appearances at the 56th annual event. Madonna has yet to be added to the lineup. This will be Beyonce's first TV performance since her self-titled fifth album was released last month. So far, it has sold 1.5 million copies.


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